Nursing Home with Troubled Past Closed by South Dakota Department of Health

Written By: Kenneth LaBore | Published On: 13th August 2012
Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect - Troubled Past Leads to Nursing Home Closing

Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect – Troubled Past Leads to Nursing Home Closing

Nursing Home with Troubled Past Closes

Nursing home with troubled past, according to a newstory, the South Dakota Department of Health closes Hudson Healthcare Center, a Nursing Home, due to a troubled past with a history of repeated deficiencies which had an effect of the health and safety of residents. The problems included having an adequate number of qualified staff members to address the residents needs as well as medication errors.

Troubled Past Leads to Nursing Home Closing

To investigate a nursing home for quality of care and life issues or deficiencies you can search at the Office of Health Facilities Complaints.  You can also search past surveys of the facility and check the nursing home report card which identifies issues of elder abuse and neglect.

This website is not intended to provide legal advice as each situation is different and specific factual information must be obtained before an attorney is able to assess the legal questions relevant to your situation.

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury from neglect or abuse in a nursing home or other care facility that serves the elderly in Minnesota please contact my firm for a free consultation and information regarding the obligations of the facility and your rights as a resident or concerned family member.

To contact Attorney Kenneth L. LaBore, directly please send an email to KLaBore@MNnursinghomeneglect.comor call Ken at 612-743-9048 or toll free at 1-888-452-6589.

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